The brother of the late, convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein made some noteworthy remarks following the court-mandated release of documents, which included some renowned names, this week.
“From former presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump to Prince Andrew, the singer Michael Jackson and magician David Copperfield, Jeffrey Epstein victims recounted in newly released sworn depositions about the many powerful and famous men they met in Epstein’s orbit,” WPBF reported, adding that Mark Epstein said the list of names and the information in the documents don’t mean much to him.
“I don’t know what to make out of these documents. I don’t know how these lists were compiled. And I have nothing to do with that, you know, and it’s not my business. What I’m concerned about is my brother’s murder,” he told the station.
He asserted that none of the evidence he has reviewed suggests Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide in his New York prison cell, which is contrary to what the federal government declared following his death in August 2019.
In addition, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently disabled comments on her social media profile, attracting attention from multiple political factions.
This occurred not long before revelations emerged linking her husband to the Jeffrey Epstein case.
The documents uncovered as part of the ongoing investigation into the billionaire contain several references to the 42nd president, further intensifying this scandalous situation.
Hillary Clinton has demonstrated a measured approach to social media engagement amidst increased scrutiny.
On December 31st, she posted a reflective tweet about New Year’s Eve 1999, with an appeal for democracy in 2024.
It is believed the timing of her post and disabling of comments was an attempt to deflect attention from her husband’s reported ties to Jeffrey Epstein.
Graham Allen quickly rebuked Clinton’s approach by labelling her a “coward” for limiting public discourse on her platform.
COWARD Hillary Clinton turned off her comments so she couldn't be held accountable…
SHAME ON YOU, YOU PIECE OF GARBAGE. https://t.co/MOfTteDXN7
— Graham Allen (@GrahamAllen_1) January 4, 2024
“SHAME ON YOU, YOU PIECE OF GARBAGE,” Allen tweeted, voicing a sentiment echoed by many who believe that the Clintons should be held accountable for their connections to Epstein.